Not long left now! At midnight tomorrow the transfer window will close until January and that's that. You're stuck with what you have. No more irksome bids for your best players and no more opportunities to add to your perilously small aquad, ahem Hull! You may notice that Arsene Wenger is looking to get a full summer's worth of transfer dealings done in a couple of days. Here is today's Transfer Rumour Roundup.
Transfer Rumour Roundup
According to the The Daily Mail, the most likely players to leave Liverpool before the window closes are Mario Balotelli, Mamadou Sakho and Daniel Sturridge. That last one may come as a surprise but Daniel Sturridge was clearly disgusted with Klopp's decision to bring on Divock Origi ahead of him at the weekend and he's only started one league game so far this season. With Luan reportedly on his way to Anfield, could Sturridge actually be on his way? Don't think that would be a popular one!
Arsenal are willing to let him go...
Jack Wilshere is looking for first-team football:https://t.co/w6U0wFOmGX pic.twitter.com/hX9ReKHMw3
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) August 30, 2016
Jack Wilshere could be on his way out of Arsenal on loan. According to The Daily Mail, the 24 year old is aware that he is basically a sixth choice midfielder at the minute and that he wants to force a loan move to regain fitness and reinvigorate his stalling career. Valencia and Juventus have emerged as favourites to sign him on loan.
Spurs have made an increased bid of £18m for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha. HITC are reporting that Palace have no intention of selling, having lready turned down a bid of £12m.
Another Arsenal player heading out on loan is Calum Chambers. The 21-year-old will presumably find game time hard to come by this season and a loan move to Middlebrough seems to be on the cards. The Telegraph have reported that Boro have been chasing a defender for weeks and that Chambers was targeted for his versatility.
PSG look set to sign Julian Draxler for €75m... pic.twitter.com/OUXvkguNuj
— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) August 30, 2016
The Sun are reporting that PSG are ready to bid £64m for Julian Draxler and end Arsenal's long terms courtship with the German. The 22 year old revealed he wanted out of Wolfsburg last month and he could yet be the biggest deal completed on deadline day. Ouch Arsene.
Pierre-Emerick-Aubameyang has let Dortmund know that he wants to move to Real Madrid according to Marca. With Morata back at Madrid, it seems unlikely that the Gabon international will make the move south to Spain.
With Joe Hart shipped out to Torino, Pep Guardiola is looking to get rid of Samir Nasri and Wilfried Bony with Besiktas interested in the former and Everton and West Ham in the latter, that's according to The Guardian.
The Daily Mail are reporting that Wolfsburg have made a £24m bid for Tottenham's Son Heung-min. The South Korean scored 8 goals in 42 games after joining from Bayer Leverkusen last season.
It seems that Mike Phelan has noticed that he barely has a squad of players at Hull. Having noticed that, he's ready to make moves for Bristol City's Jonathan Kodija and Tottenham's Ryan Mason.
Chelsea are reportedly close to completing a £25m deal for Inter Milan's midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, as Antonio Conte is looking to add energy to his midfield. The Croatian is more likely to come to Chelsea now that Inter have signed Joao Mario from Sporting Lisbon.
Arsene Wenger is expected to announce the signings of Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez in the coming days but Matro are reporting that he is also looking to bring in Paraguay international Miguel Almiron before the window shuts. The 22-year-old plays for Argentinian champions Lanus and is rated at around £11m.
Nach unseren Infos steht Serge Gnabry (21) vor einem Wechsel von Arsenal zu Bayern München. #skyTransfer #ssnhd pic.twitter.com/OKHG0kZ6V7
— Sky Sport News (@SkySportNews) August 30, 2016
Sky News are reporting that Bayern Munich are looking to take Serge Gnabry on loan. Unusual. The German is not expected to get much game time with Arsenal so you could presume he would get even less at Bayern. Then again, look what they did with the Kingsley Coman loan...